Online sale is coming to an end!

Medusa in Bell Jar | Shop | Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture

Just one more week to take advantage of super low discounts on some amazing pieces in the online shop!

Sale ends on Nov 30th so…

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if you missed Open Studios in person…

There’s a big sale going on in the online shop!

If you missed Open Studios in person, this is your last chance to take advantage of some really great deals in the online shop! Once this work is gone, you’re going to have to come find me in the desert to get some more – so don’t miss out!

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LAST CHANCE!

THE STUDIO OPENS TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE VERY LAST TIME THIS WEEKEND- DON’T MISS IT!

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY OPEN STUDIOS 2023

OCTOBER 21 & 22 | 10am – 5pm | ARTIST #297

2523 C MISSION ST SANTA CRUZ

AND if you’re on my mailing list be sure to bring your bonus coupon from your October email!

THIS IS IT! Open Studios 2023

Getting the studio ready! | the dirt | Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture

THE STUDIO OPENS TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE LAST TIME THIS WEEKEND- DON’T MISS IT!

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY OPEN STUDIOS 2023

OCTOBER 14, 15, 21 & 22 | 10am – 5pm | ARTIST #297

EARTH ART STUDIO | 2523 C MISSION ST | SANTA CRUZ

Please join me for my 18th and LAST year of participating in the Santa Cruz Open Studios Art Tour! The studio is going to be packed with art; new and old, big and small, so come find a treasure for your home or garden. Looking forward to seeing y’all soon!

AND if you’re on my mailing list be sure to bring your bonus coupon from your October email!

Getting the studio ready!

A few sneak peeks of the studio as we get ready for the last hurrah!

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY OPEN STUDIOS 2023

OCTOBER 14, 15, 21 & 22 | 10am – 5pm | ARTIST #297

EARTH ART STUDIO | 2523 C MISSION ST | SANTA CRUZ

Please join me for my 18th and LAST year of participating in the Santa Cruz Open Studios Art Tour! The studio is going to be packed with art; new and old, big and small, so come find a treasure for your home or garden. Looking forward to seeing y’all soon!

off to the galvy!

All of the metal parts for A Feast of Flowers have been fabricated and are now on a field trip to the galvanizer. Huge thanks to Kirk McNeill for helping load them up and to Fox Welding for transporting them for me. It was quite a puzzle getting them to fit onto the truck and arrange them to be safely transported. Although it may look like a daddy long leg spider convention on the back of the truck, we figured it out.

Now we just have to keep our fingers crossed that they make the journey to the zinc dip and back to the studio again without incident. I’m looking forward to seeing how they’ll look with the patina that will go over the zinc coating. Always an adventure making art!

This project is sponsored by:

A Feast of Flowers | Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture

only 3 left in the shop

I’ve been busy getting the studio set up for Open Studios this October and wanted to share that there are only 3 framed Bone Series pieces left available. The two squares (seen in this photo) are 30″ x 30″ x 1″ and the last rectangle is 48″ x 24″ x 1″.

With their balance of organic and geometric shapes and amazing shadows these guys make really striking additions to any space. They can hang flush mounted on the wall or be suspended with cables to float off the wall.

Check out seeing them in situ, here, here and here for some ideas of what they can do to your space!

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new residential installations

I have been so lucky to have collectors that give my art beautiful homes to live in. I spent a few days getting these last four pieces from the Vine Series and a framed Bone Series piece installed in their custom log cabin. This client has work from nearly every series I’ve created and I love how it looks as if every piece was designed specifically for their space.

Created in 2005, the Vine Series is practically vintage at this point, but they’ve never lost their luster for me. They grew outside my garage studio walls for years and I always loved having them there. Inspired by my time living in the woods, where the forest would take over and wrap around anything unmaintained or that stayed still for too long. I thought of these sculptures as if they were creatures with spines that allowed them to grow and move across the walls. Love that these guys get to live out their days here!

Looking for something unique for your space? Click here for some inspiration…